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, america the gigantic market not just smart zones, they want to conquer everything. >> they don't want all of our money flowing into their champion companies like samsung and taking them over. that's what it is. >> that's the crown jewel of south korea. stuart: 8 billion dollars of profit in 13 weeks, that's not bad. charles, stay right there, please. football next, alabama beat notre dame in last night's bcs championship bowl to give the crimson tide back, they got their-- i want to get this right, the football championship back, back-to-back champions and however, the most memorable moment from an otherwise lopsided game was this. >> you see that loving lady there, she does-- and miss alabama aj mccarron's girlfriend and right there is bb bonner and-- >> and they owed katherine webb, the girlfriend of the quarterback. he still is talking about her. >> and one guy, miss alabama and mom is on the right, i think at this moment it might be like 150,000, it's just like, you know, that's nonstop. stuart: he wouldn't stop. >> no, he was smithen. okay, now, ms. webb is the reigning miss alabama,
of alabama. no, i'm dead serious. i'm not really that shocked. >> you don't want to end up like brent musburger. >> no, it's the opposite of brent musburger, and i'm dead serious. if you go to ole miss, if you go to the university of alabama, if you go to auburn, even. i guess you yankees aren't used to -- >> we don't have that in the north. >> no, i'm dead serious. i mean, you look -- you know what? seriously, i looked at that picture and said, she's pretty. and you know what she looks like? she looks like a lot of other really pretty sorority girls at university of alabama or ole miss or auburn or i don't know. do you guys have them up at swanee? >> absolutely. >> i mean sororities. >> yeah. >> do you have sororities? >> absolutely. >> it's just not all that. get over it, move on. >> he doesn't get out a lot. >> you've got a dynasty. >> this is a different kind of s.e.c. dynasty. >> yeah. but we're used to it. we're used to it. >> this is not going to go on for nine minutes. >> you know what is going to go on for nine minutes, though? seriously, seriously, aig. >> aig. >> you know,
. i live in the wild side, don't put me in a box. the women are inclined to regret the decision for having a tattoo than men are. whatever that says. but people are going to make a judgment in a good or bad way. lou: how do you keep your kid from doing a? >> you share your value system. i can ask my daughter. but she wanted not to get attached here. lou: that's it for us tonight, good night from new york. spiezio president obama is now nominating jack lew to replace timothy geithner. welcome, everybody. let's just say this president loved the movie and it ended there. this president's cabinet is a far cry from that president's cabinet. again confirming it is more loaded with inside the box than outside the box. forget john kerry and chuck hagel. think of a time when a president surrounded himself with meaningful people. i'm not saying that jack lew doesn't deserve to be the secretary. but he's just not a lincolnesque choice. a president who dared to break the mold. >> is asking the world that they are up to the task? let's ask john layfield and chris stirewalt and myra weinstein
>>> final trade. mike? >> don't trade the miners. but i think abx valuation looks reasonable here. >> ambassador? >> yndx get out. >> mastercard still works, folks. >> karen? >> ddgi. >> josh brown? >> myl, still cheap. >> thank you so much for watching. don't forget, the cnbc exclusive with the ceo of herbalife, that's at 11:45 a.m. eastern time. we'll see you back here tomorrow for more "fast money" at 5:00. meantime, "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts, they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, trying to save you a little money here. my job's not just to entertain, but to educate, teach you how the market works. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. the script right now says the companies are supposed to be performing horribly. we're supposed to be geared for disappointment. which makes
'll get to city on tv too. >> then i got a call from my ex-husband, so i don't know what that means. >> that's really exciting as nischelle mentioned, nominated in every major category which is such a big victory already. for a small movie. you know, in some ways. >> yes, yes. i'm so happy, for david o. russell. i think he is differ i know genius is an overused word but i've seen david o. russell. he's an amazing director. for me to work with that icon, mr. de niro, was like amazing. >> do you work on your speech? are you already drafting it out, the big major outline? >> honestly. >> the pressure is on. >> yeah. how did that work? >> i do know that you don't get out a piece of paper. they know for a fact millions of people turn the tv on to another channel as soon as you get out a piece of paper. so you have to try to be as spontaneous as possible without reading it out and trust yourself not to forget people. it's kind of hard to give a scripted speech and sometimes they can be really dull. i have seen what makes them interesting and lively. >> jacki, you should thank your ex-husb
, because we all know that things are actually quite worse than expected. don't they have to be? you know what? to quote marshall sam gerard, when confronted with richard kimball's i didn't kill my wife defense, in "the fugitive," i don't care about the negativity. i don't care about the pessimism, i've got to find more seagates, i've got to get more strykers and find the themes that can produce them. i've given you a few to fall back on earlier this week, housing recovery, right? the regional bank strength. the insurance stocks, the autos. >> buy, buy, buy! >> into weakness, people. people say, oh, cramer, you like bank of america, it's down -- yeah, bank of america was down, stocks that go up 100% last year, they can go down. i like them when they go down. that's the point of this article, this piece, whatever i'm doing here. these are all fertile areas that could produce the upside surprises that drive stocks higher after the market's brought them lower, and tonight i've got two new ones. first is aerospace. by now, we've all seen the stories about boeing's troubled dream liner, nothin
people believe would be more effective. don't forget, there's a lot of history here and joe biden was the person managing the 1994 crime bill, which included the ban on assault weapons. he remembers what happened to democrats after they got past and lost control of the house. >> where could there be some consensus on this issue? >> again, in talking to administration officials about this, who have been involved in some of these sessions, one source said to me that it would be on the background issue. there seems to be a consensus developing that you can close that gun show loophole, require background checks. and the other area is on these high-capacity magazines. if you could limit those high-capacity magazines, then perhaps that would be another way of going at the assault weapons ban without allowing folks to say, you know what, you're taking away my guns because you wouldn't be taking away their guns. you would be just limiting those high-capacity rounds. >> you don't only need to develop a consensus with the republicans, but amongst the democrats you need a consensus because
don't know just yet. it is familiart that there would be a changing of the guards between a first and second term. as it goes in churmz of steven chuit remains to be seen. some names would be byron dorgen, the democrat from north dakota. governor of the state of washington as well as jennifer gran. we know of one likely departure that we should hear about. that is a name not familiar to a lot of americans. she served as a deputy chief of staff to the president. it is likely that she is going to leave. there has been a lot of conversation about the number of women that have surrounded the president in this new cabinet. the last four positions we have seen were all men. nancy's name was not thrown around yet and some people are saying more women's names should have been considered. >> peter alexander, thank you so much and we will be stopping back with you to talk about immigration. >>> with chuck hagel's nomination looking like a tough one powell had this to say on "meet the press" this morning. >> i think he will do a great job as secretary of defense. i think all of these issues
the redskins compromised his safety? carol says yes. it was apparent he was hurt. tom says i don't think it was the coaches. i think it was rg3 determined to stay in the game because he thought he was the only one who could win the game. personal pride. karen says rg3 says he wanted to stay in the game. he is responsible for his own actions. >> just like players who hurt each other with hits, he should be fined. thanks to everybody who responded. >> everyone is talking about this. have a great day, everybody. "fox & friends" starts now. >> have a good day. congratulations, alabama. >> good morning everybody. today is tuesday, january 8, think of the. >> the lone man arrested for the attack on the consolate in p libya has been freed. >> a lottery winner comes forward to claim his money prize. one day later the guy, pictured there, is dead. at first after calling it a natural death investigators are changing their story. >> last night national championship game. >> you quarterbacks, you get all the good-looking woman. what a beautiful woman. a.j. is doing -- whoa. >>brian: i missed four pl
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shutdown? >> i helped close the government twice. i think that is a dead loser. >> hopefully we don't get to that point. >> a place for politics. >> well, i got 98% of what i wanted. i'm pretty happy. >> the republican party losing streak continued today as a new poll shows that republicans also lost in the public perception of the fiscal cliff negotiations. "the was post" shows that 30% approve the way house speaker john boehner handled fiscal cliff negotiations, 56% don't approve, 53% approve the way president obama handled negotiations. 40% disapprove. today, chris christie continued his campaign against house republicans. >> we look forward to what we hope will be quick congressional action on a full, clean, sandy-aid bill now. now, next week, one thing i hope that everybody in america now clearly understands, new jersey, both republicans and democrats will never stand silent when our citizens are being shortchanged. >> and let's not forget what governor chris christie said last week. >> there is only one group to blame for the continued suffering of these innocent victims. the house
disappoint a lot of folks. >> well you know what they say, if at first you don't succeed. >> today, republican governor chris christie told matt that the republican party is in trouble. >> but are you happy with the course of the republican party right now? do you think it is head understand the right direction? >> we have lost two national elections, i would say no. we're in politics to win, we need to think about doing something different. >> today, governor chris christie appeared on five morning shows and is also on the cover of this week's issue "time magazine." today, the governor gave the republicans this advice. >> what are you getting right that republicans in washington, d.c. are getting so wrong? what don't they get? >> we're compromising when we need to. i'm in divided government. i have a democratic senate and democratic assembly. so what that means is, i'm not going to get everything i want. >> here is what chris christie thinks of the tea party. >> i don't think they have had too much influence, and i think there is a lot of things -- >> you don't think that is why t
levels from top to bottom. when we talk about organizing a around a singular principal, i don't think the solution is necessarily to consolidate around existing labor movements. it is not necessarily to formulate a third party platform. the solution is to use these tools and use these bodies in order to consolidate power and to use that power to challenge the way in which decisions are made fundamentally. >> i would like to have time for questions from the audience. please go to one of the of mikes so it can be sure to hear you. i will alternate between mikes as long as we have people at them. >> do you think cooperation does not work in this country because people do not know what it means? non-cooperation, civil disobedience. >> and if not, why not? >> in this country. i believe it should work, that is the only way to help in this country, but it does not really work. >> it works, if you get the numbers. the important thing is about building numbers. and sustaining it. but it certainly works. worked in the labor movement. the problem is it destroyed all of the radical movements. i w
a chance to speak for himself. why all the prejudging, i don't know. >> the senate officially rejected nine cabinet nominations since 1834. the last cabinet nominee rejected by the senate was john tower, nominee for secretary of defense in 1989. >>steve: we also know he was for the iraq war but then was against the iraq war, and then said the surge would never work. then when it worked, he never admitted that it worked. >> that's right. he's been on the intelligence advisory committee of the president and the president feels very close to him. brian. >>brian: all right. thank you very much. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about this. it's a little rehash of the fiscal cliff. shortly after that was actually passed, our friend steven moore from the "wall street journal" sat down with john boehner, speaker of the house, who was shortly -- after he sat down -- before reelected. john boehner revealed essentially the president's mind-set. john boehner kept talking about, look, mr. president, we've got a spending problem in this country. and the president said we don't have a spending problem.
to lead the country. we don't know what is the final answer of what is unconstitutional, until there is a declaration from the supreme court. but the president has to do what needs the be done to get the job done. and president lincoln was using habeas to act now, and see what goes forward and the same for the president now, but as you said, there is real life consequence, because it is a big esoteric conversation, and one that we have ever everyday with the law student, but the point is that the president has to go forward and has to act. >> and are people asking him to do this? senate democrats have said to him, listen, what we have to do is to in fact ignore the republicans here. let's take a look at what the democrats have said. they are actually saying, listen, mr. president, this is the time when we hope that you will continue to ignore claims that agreeing to a rise in the debt ceiling will agree to the con kegs,ey -- concessio concession, and saying, do it, and we have to do it. >> and they are frustrated that the republicans are held hostage here and made demands and t
in congress just don't get it. boehner is vowing to stop direct talks with president obama in the future. and let me introduce you to this fella that he's got with him now. he's tom cotton. a newbie congressman from arkansas. today, he unvailed his big, new ideas. >> i think that the congress, as a whole, may be able to say no to barack obama a little bit more. >> genius. say hello to the president. what could possibly go wrong? good plan, mr. colt ton. . >> i don't think what washington needs is more compromise. i think what washington needs is more common sense and more principle. >> yeah, sure. why compromise? washington is working so well without it. let's just keep doing what we're doing. i mean, why on earth would a republican want to compromise you? what good can compromise do for a politician. now, let's be clear. chris christie is a conservative republican. i disagree with them on issue after issue. but on some things, he's showing a willingness to compromise and from the public's reaction, you can tell that's what citizens want. and we also just had a little thing called an ele
to medium future, or is that a don't hold your breath thing? >> it seems that sometimes the chinese authorities loosen the reins a bit particularly if on an anti-corruption drive they might allow stories about local corruption. if you do other things that's not allowed and newspapers have been shut down, people, as i mentioned, sent to jail. there are still negotiations going on with that newspaper that started this, over what they can say in the future and the editorial. so you know it seems to me ultimately be a losing battle against technology on the part of the chinese authorities but the culture of censorship and government control is so engrained in beijing that it's a very difficult tightrope for journalists who want to report freely. >> it's a slow-moving beast. howard kurtz there. >>> here's more of what we're working on this hour for "newsroom international." hundreds of australians forced from their home by raging fires. fueled by a vicious heat wave. worst the country has ever seen. >>> a little later, you think slavery's history? think again. more than 27 million people
gave to the a.f.l.c.i.o. in 1961. we don't need two movements. if you would agree to desegregate unions, we would have one movement. they rejected him and rejected that offer. andy young tells a story in the introduction to a book called "the closing door" and he says, you know, after king was assassinated, the johnson administration came with affirmative action and at the time, you may have read if not remembered, the civil rights movement, martin luther king had turned to full employment and poor people's campaigns as a principal demand. and the johnson administration, rather than coming up with full employment came up with affirmative action. you won't see eyes on the prize, black people marching on the street demanding affirmative action. they were demanding full employment and trying to reach out to whites, latinos, native americans, that was the division. when affirmative action happened, we knew it would only help the upper middle class within the black community, a very small percentage of african-americans kids were going to go to these elite colleges that affirmative action wa
health agency for the federal government, makes recommendations, but they don't mandate. host: historic in the washington times. the headline is -- it says, how do we adequately respond? is there a role for the federal government to respond to the number of outbreaks that we are seeing? guest: the federal government is very much involved. the cbc is an extraordinary agency that does tracking, that provides in certain situations where vaccinations, for example with individual that don't have access to vaccination, the n.i.h plays a major role in development of vaccines. if you are asking does the federal government have a role or make a contribution to the tracking, control, and treatment and prevention of influenza? the answer is yes. they invest a considerable amount of resources. host: let's go back to your role in coming up with some sort of concoction of this vaccination. how do you determine that? guest: it is interesting that when you get a seasonal -- every know, very productive. this year looks like it will be severe. when you look back currencies no influenza, you can get a pre
's looking forward to retirement. >> i don't know if that's the word i would use, but certainly stepping off the very fast track for a little while. >> and what's missing from this picture? we'll discuss. good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. from joe biden at the white house to chris christie in new jersey, andrew cuomo in albany, there's new energy for a comprehensive approach to gun violence control. chris cillizza, and kristen welker. thanks much to both of you. first of all, kristen, you were there today, joe biden opening the task force meetings for a brief photo opportunity saying something is going to get done. they have this end of the month deadline. it's going to be in the state of the union. but how comprehensive is this going to be and is it going to be any different from all of the other failed initiatives, frankly? >> well, we are expecting something to be quite comprehensive, andrea, and one thing out of the meeting is joe biden said the president is considering taking some executive actions. he's not sure what those actions are right now, but that's certainly som
coulcostello. we begin with a story that might be in your home, you don't know it or not, the outbreak of the flu, this year exceptionally early and unusually rampant. at least 43 states reports widespread cases and hospitals are starting to feel the strain, in chicago, jam packed, emergency rooms are telling ambulances to go elsewhere. wls reports at least six hospitals were forced to divert at rifles because their ers were overflowing with flu patients. the numbers suggest this could be the worst flu season in a decade. in allentown, pennsylvania, there's little doubt, lehigh valley hospital pitched a tent to treat the milder cases of the flu. they can't cram all the patients into the emergency room. if you think you're safe because you've had the vaccine, think again. >> i came to work today and as the day went on i felt progressively worse. this is the worst, this is the worst, yeah, and i did get the flu shot and some of our other patients, too, that are testing positive did get the flu shot. >> the flu is spreading so fast and quickly that many schools in the central united state
it be a dreg torre thing -- derogatory thing for a woman but let's be honest, it still is. >> and i don't think she's the only person showing emotion. she may be showing a different emotion, but we are all human beings. we all have emotional baggage to take into any job that we do. just because aggression might be associated with one group of people and some other emotion might be associated with others, doesn't make aggression the best thing. it's important to remember that we are human beings and however we react, as long as we're doing the job well and no one could argue that hillary clinton has not done the job of secretary of state very well. she has an incredibly high approval rating because of that. i think that is the measure of her performance and not kind of any kind of emotional response. >> great to see both of you. >> our third stort -- story "outfront," a plan to kill them all. a preliminary hearing which will determine if this case even goss gs to trial ended today. prosecutors presented more evidence that they say shows he had been planning the shooting for weeks. ed lavandera h
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be very qualified and excellent public servants who don't want to go through the process and have their lives and records dragged through, so it's really unfortunate. >> heather, if you look at the legacy for the gop in terms of this being their playbook, which is to say obstruct, obstruct, obstruct, it doesn't seem to be a very good long game. to some degree it's the president content to let them play with this. they write, after four-plus years of em bittered partisan combat, he views his gop bargaining partners with more than a little contempt. the best way to deal with the capitol is throw rocks at it, then send vice president biden in to clean up the glass. the wisdom of vice president biden and glass, setting that aside, it would appear the president would say, fine, obstruct, say what you want about my nominees, they are going to get approved. >> he's got to do that. that's the sort of position he's in. but i think it's had a long-term effect. particularly on the issue of judicial nominations, the president is way behind previous presidents in the recent memory in a way tha
, that was his story. he talked to folks in the room with vice president biden. biden told them, don't worry about the politics. let's go for what makes the most sense. let's not rule anything out what can get through washington and what can't. you went through the list. what was also interesting in the story is the white house, looking for ways to get around the pressure of the nra, and one of the ideas they have is go to places like walmart and other places that sell guns that actually have somewhat of a business interest in the way guns are regulated in that there's a loophole. if you buy guns at private gun shows, you don't have to get a permit for that. that would put a different pressure in the game. you already have folks coming out today, republicans saying a lot of these are nonstarters in their mind. it's going to be tough. the story basically said the white house has not ruled any of these things out. they're looking at strong measures, maybe stronger than anyone thought. >> bringing walmart on board would be a big pr approach to do it too. thank you. >>> coming up, congressman ch
a month and i just don't think washington, d.c. is capable of solving this problem. >> is there any sense, jackie, that there's a rush being put on this. >> the advocates i talked to. i talked to senator blumenthal yesterday, it didn't seem like he's trying to rush anyone. there's a lot of conversations going on. senator schumer, senator feinstein, they've done this before. they know how long this takes. i don't think they're trying to rush something through, but again, it's the momentum question. they want to get something soon because right now there seems to be politically a will to do it. >> rem bring in congressman mike thompson he's leading the house democratic task force formed after the newtown shootings. congressman, good morning you. >> good morning, chris. thanks your interest in this important issue. >> you were one of the eight surprisingly pro-gun democrats. i'm wondering given that, part of this white house strategy seems to be getting gun owners out there talking about a ban on assault weapons answer high-capacity magazines. where do you think we're going with this? y wher
labradoodle, i don't blame people for thinking he was a lion. his owner gets him groomed to look like the old mascot from old dominion university. even the director of the zoo wanted to meet him to see the most lion-like dog for himself. the owner says when he is taking his dog to a park near the zoo, he has actually seen people run to their cars in shock. he tells people he is a laba-lion, and they actually believe it. charles loves hanging out with the school's mascot. and the last time we checked he had 6,000 friends on facebook. now look, it is probably a good idea to let somebody know if you think you see a lion on the streets, that is just a good policy to have. always my policy. but to the good citizens of nor virginia, >> new developments in the aroura theater shooting tonight. prosecutors say he intended to kill every single person in the theater that night. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. "outfront" tonight, the vice president, talking about what the president is going to do about guns. >> the president is going to act through executive orders, executiv
>> i think filmmakers do have a responsibility. i don't permit my children to watch a lot of things and i'm on it as much as i can. but, you know, as a filmmaker you also have to ask yourself, like, where is my line? >> reporter: the man who played rambo and made a career out of action movies, he thinks what's seen on the screen can spill over to reality. >> do films have an impact on people? yeah. >> reporter: he says he would hope movie violence comes with an underlying moral, but concedes that's not always the case. >> if you're going to do a film like that, that has that kind of violence, there has to be a certain morality that good triumphs over evil, and that it is not random. like, so many times we see in action films a guy runs in, he's after the bad guy, but four other people get killed in the subway and we never even look at them. oh, yeah, i've done it myself, boom. >> reporter: the soul searching in hollywood seems more genuine this time. but the question is, will it really have any impact on the kinds of movies that are being made? nischelle turner, cnn, hollywood. >> l
in washington, he gave to the a.f.l.c.i.o. in 1961. we don't need two movements. if you would agree t desegregate unions, we would have one movement. they rejected him and rejected that offer. andy young tells a story in the introduction to a book called "the closing door" and he says, you know, after king was assassinated, the johnson administration came with affirmative action and at the time, you may have read if not remembered, the civil rights movement, martin luther king had turned to full employment and poor people's campaigns as a principal demand. and the johnson administration, rather than coming up with full employment came up with affirmative action. you won't see eyes on the prize, black people marching on the street demanding affirmative action. they were demanding full employment and trying to reach out to whites, latinos, native americans, that was the division. when affirmative actn happened, we knew it would only help the upper middle class within the black community, a very small percentage of african-americans kids were going to go to these elite colleges that affi
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. there are 37 states where legislatures have told regulators they don't have to okay every excessive increase in health insurance premiums. >> one of the biggest confirmation battles could soon be here and fox news has learned that president obama has nominated chuck hagel as the next secretary of defense but his viewings on israel are a hot topic. >> whoever is nominated for secretary of defense is going to have to have a full understanding of our close relationship with our israeli allies, the iranian threat and the importance of having a robust military. whoever that is, i think will be given a thorough vetting and if hagel is nominated he will be subjected to the same kinds of review of his credentials as anyone else. >> this is in your face nomination by the president to all of us who are supportive of israel. i don't know what his management experience is regarding pentagon little if any. so i think its controversial choice. >> jamie: would hagel survive a senate hearing? let's bring in ron bongene and margie o'meara. great to see both of you. it seems like both sides of the aisle agree
the person was not aggressively gay and-- >> what does it mean. i don't know. >> megyn: how do you get to aggressively gay? >> i don't know. maybe it's -- i don't know, maybe -- i don't want to speculate. >> megyn: don't go that. >> i don't want to go in that area. >> megyn: what was he trying to say. >> he apologized. he was trying to say this person would be very out gay person, a person who had embraced their homosexual identity, that this was -- that they were really out and gay. and so he was sorry for having said that and this is how it works in washington. especially if you're a democrat or a republican under the aegis of a democratic president. if you're sorry, it's enough. if you come out and say that you're sorry and that you were misinformed, it's okay. but as you point out. this is sort of the robert bird-strom thurmon rule, if you're going to get more from the people, he said or did something wrong, we know his heart is in the right place and it's okay. versus if you're a conservative or a republican you're not going to get that benefit and they'll chase you down. >> megyn
that is important and one of the areas we need to address, one size doesn't fit all. we don't look at one system for every location. we need to make sure we look at the size of the location as well as management of the precinctss within the location. thank you. >> one thing i would like you to consider in the closing statement is advice that you would give to other jurisdictions that find themselves in a battleground state. earlier today we heard there were ten states that were identified as meeting that criteria. for some like ohio, pennsylvania, cloud ground in many ways that there were some state foot for the first time found themselves under the scrutiny you referred to particularly the third party interest group engagement. maybe one of the things you could talk about in the closing statement is advice you would give to other jurisdictions that find themselves with that designation as i battleground state. >> i would like to say to pat's statement, devoe -- devoe. presidential elections known through the years are very busy, busy for the staff, election offices, being a swing state, swing c
, the political future of hugo chavez on the brink. >>> and in one county, police don't have enough ammunition because of a run on bullets. one distributor says, he has never seen it so bad. >>> good to see you here. i'm brooke baldwin. beating the president to the punch, new york's governor is getting ready to propose sweeping gun control laws. here he is, andrew cuomo, governor of new york, waiting for him, i should say, that wasn't him there, using the state of the state address to push for, supporters say, some of the toughest gun restrictions in the whole country. so here's just some of what we're anticipating the governor to announce. this is according to reporting this morning from the wall street journal. he is expected to require gun owners to relicense every five years to broaden the definition of what falls under the state's current ban and to increase penalties for crimes committed with illegal weapons. it has been nearly one month since that school massacre in newtown, connecticut. the president's task force in reaction to those killings is also in high gear. the latest developmen
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don't you look at mars? some people have been doing some ratio-type orbits. it took 56 different spacecraft in order to give you something that was beginning to look practical. i looked at that, and i came up with one or bet that cycles from earth, five months later swings by mars, comes back to earth, keeps doing the same thing. there are called aldrin orbits. it is not the best, by it begins to pioneer a way that has now evolved into every other opportunity we have -- the speeds of approach by earth and mars are very low. there are lots of advantages to having to rather than one -- two rather than one. purdue university and buzz aldrin have publicized these things. it establishes a transportation system on into the future. not just once -- and you have to build another series of spacecraft. all you do is join up with us and get off when you get there. since 1985 -- not yet. >> a recent graduate and discouraged job-seeker -- the question is, you have had so many successes. what is an important phase you are set back that has impacted you, and what is your future success? you had
children. we don't allow those games into our house. we made that decision because we think it desensitizes our children to the real effect of violence. the fact is, we need to have a conversation about all these things. we had a woman in camden who decapitated her child and killed herself, high on crack. if we don't deal with the substance abuse issues and mental abuse issues that lead to violence, we're shortchanging this conversation. >> if they deal with those issues as well, would you support a federal ban on assault weapons? >> depends on what they do, matt. >> why not say yes or no? >> it's not that easy. i know in a short interview like this, you would like me to give you pithy answers. but the fact is that these are complicated issues. the fact is i'm willing to have that conversation. that's a lot more than other people are willing to say. i'm willing to have the conversation but you have to deal with these other issues. otherwise you're just being political. >> in your state of the state address yesterday, you cast new jersey as to what you term the dysfunctional, dispirited and
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